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Johnson County Jail Address
Johnson County Jail
1091 Hospital Rd
Any information please contact the Johnson County Sheriff's Office tip line at (317) 346-4654 or Detective Wiser at (317) 346-4767.
Severe Thunderstorm Warning
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1254 PM EDT TUE JUL 11 2017
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a
* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for...
West central Shelby County in central Indiana...
Northeastern Morgan County in central Indiana...
Johnson County in central Indiana...
Southwestern Marion County in central Indiana...
* Until 130 PM EDT.
* At 1254 PM EDT, severe thunderstorms were located along a line
extending from 6 miles west of Southport to near Martinsville,
moving east at 40 mph.
HAZARD...60 mph wind gusts.
IMPACT...Expect damage to roofs, siding, and trees.
* Locations impacted include...
Indianapolis, Greenwood, Franklin, Mooresville, Southport, New
Whiteland, Whiteland, Bargersville, Brooklyn, Princes Lakes,
Trafalgar, Morgantown, Homecroft, Fairland, Bethany, Peoga,
Boggstown, Lake Hart, Waverly and Centerton.
This includes Interstate 65 between mile markers 87 and 101.
For your protection move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is
currently accepting applications for the
position of Full Time Merit Deputies.
Deadline to submit application Noon
on June 30th, 2017. For application &
requirements visit our website at:
or in person at 1091 Hospital Road,
Franklin, In 46131
The moniker “Felony Lane Gang” (FLG) was coined by the banking industry. It is a name they gave a group, or more specifically a type of activity where the suspects drive through the lane farthest from the bank teller while perpetrating fraud. This is largely so the teller will have more difficulty in identifying the suspect. FLG is not a gang, but rather and organized network of criminals throughout the United States.
The group originates in the Fort Lauderdale area. In most cases, a “handler” or group leader recruits drug addicts, prostitutes, or the homeless. They rent cars, then travel as a group throughout the United States breaking into vehicles.
FLG members or the suspects will conduct surveillance of the parking lot, then target females that leave purses inside of their vehicles. Once observed the suspects gain entry into the vehicle (often times by breaking the window) and take the purse. The suspects then employ the recruited individuals to cash stolen checks, and make fraudulent purchases with credit cards, and commit identity fraud; this often happens within hours after the initial theft.
The suspects will use wigs and other adornments to make themselves look more like the victim (as they appear in their driver’s license photograph) while perpetrating these crimes.
Since 2012, the banking industry reports a loss of 23 million related to the Felony Lane Gang group.
These incidents start at local fitness centers, daycares, and sports complexes, places where women go into, but don’t take their purses inside with them.
Many jurisdictions in central Indiana have experienced thefts from unlocked vehicles. During these thefts,
the perpetrator(s) typically target unlocked vehicles where valuables are visible from the outside and/or easily located inside the vehicle. These individuals often enter unlocked vehicles that contain valuables in plain view but they will also break windows to gain entry. These incidents typically occur during the overnight hours and are not reported until the next morning when the owner discovers a broken window or property missing or out of place. The items most commonly taken from vehicles are global positioning systems (Garmin, Magellan, Tom-tom), radar detectors, cash (coins), prescription medications, and firearms.
Although the Johnson County Sheriff Office will continue to work hard at solving these types of crimes we ask the public to take the following precautions steps to prevent these crimes:
1.Do not leave purses or valuable personal property (firearms, prescription medicine, electronics,
handbags, wallets, etc...) inside of parked vehicles.
2.If you do have valuables or recent purchases in your vehicle, and cannot take them with you, do not
leave them in plain view. Store them in the trunk or out of public sight. Do not leave purses in your vehicle,
even in your trunk. The perpetrators of these crimes have been known to watch as a purse is put into the
3.Always lock your vehicle, whether it is parked in a garage or in your driveway or at a business.
4.Never leave your car unoccupied with the motor running.
5.When at home, park your vehicles in a locked garage, if possible. If you
can’t park in a garage, park in a well-lit area.
6.Leave your home’s exterior lights on.
7. When parking, check that all doors and your trunk are locked and that you
have your keys with you.
8. Be prepared for the worst. Sometimes, even with all the preparation, a theft can still happen.
9.Pay attention to your surroundings when parking or parked. If you see multiple individuals sitting inside of
a parked vehicle for longer than would be appropriate at that location, or individuals looking in a
vehicle windows. In short, report suspicious activity to police.
10. Report any incident where you believe someone has entered your vehicle
without permission (i.e.glove box left open or items strewn about the vehicle).
11. If you are the victim of a theft from your vehicle:
a. Report the incident to police immediately
b. Contact your bank and shut off any stolen credit/debit cards
c. Place a fraud alert on the accounts through your bank
d. Monitor the card statements for any fraudulent transactions made
immediately following the theft and report those to the police upon discovery
e. Monitor your credit report for at least 6 months to detect any
fraudulent credit account activity (new accounts, etc...); contact
police upon discovery.
12. Set up alerts through your bank that immediately notify you when
threshold transactions are made (i.e. receive an email anytime a purchase
for more than $100.00 is made using your card).
It is difficult for law enforcement to spot these types of devices; so we depend on our citizens to help protect themselves from becoming a victim. Don’t be a victim!
Also we recommend you run your credit history and look for mistakes or fraudulent charges.
1) Use pumps located closest to the stores’ main entrance - video camera coverage is usually more effective on these pumps.
2) DO be observant for anything out of the ordinary - i.e. loose panels, exposed wires, or broken tape seals.
3) DO Tug on the card reader attached to the pump – a skimmer could be attached with double sided tape on the outside of the reader.
If you locate a skimmer: call the police from your cell and make a report! (Please DO NOT just tell the gas station employee and leave! Stick Around a Minute; have a chat with us! )
For more information visit WWW.IDTHEFTCENTER.ORG